7/26/2015

The Paper Players #255 ~ Get Well!

Hello lovelies! Are you ready for this week's challenge at the Paper Players? Sandy has a terrific sketch for you to try. I happen to love it and this is what I came up with.



I pulled out some of my October Afternoon paper that I have hoarded away!! I just love the creamy doilies, aqua background and tiny red flowers. The stripes are on the reverse side, how great is that! I die cut one of my Pretty Pink Posh Stitched Tags then added a PTI Flower Fusion #10 and a couple of sprigs from my PTI Turning a New Leaf set. A little sentiment and red bow finish it up. Easy peasy!!



I look forward to seeing the beautiful creations in our gallery. I hope you have time to get inky and join us this week! Take care ~Lisa

26 comments:

Lin said...

I'm hoarding that paper, too, Lisa! Just ADORE this card - you chose the perfect embellishments to accent the papers!

Sharon SharonW said...

what a sweet and beautiful card! and yes, those little doilies are precious!

Nance Leedy said...

Oh my, Lisa, this card is retro sweetness! The creamy background and those adorable flowers are just perfect. Love the stripes and the stitched ribbon too. Just perfect!

Jodi McKinney said...

SUCH a LOVELY vintagey feeling card Lisa! Beautiful take on the sketch challenge this week! Love your style!

laurie said...

LOL..I am hoarding that very same paper! I noticed your card right away at PP, love your use of it here. So cute!

Michelle said...

Lisa, this is such a sweet card! I love that paper too. So cute!

Claire Broadwater said...

Lisa, this is just so pretty! I adore the papers you used. The tag is just perfect and I know this card would make anyone feel better! Great take on the sketch! XX

KayM said...

Oh just beautiful Lisa!! That is pretty paper and I love the little bit of distressing!!

I Card Everyone said...

It is too beautiful to be described as 'easy peasy', Lisa! I adore the October Afternoon papers - very retro feeling to me. My mom might have had a cute apron made from fabric just like this ... just love your card!
=] Michele

Celeste Goff said...

What a fabulous card Lisa! I love the colors!

Vicki Dutcher said...

What awesome colored paper! Pretty card~

Judy1223 said...

Hi Lisa! I can see why you are hoarding this lovely paper...what a GORGEOUS card! This get well card will surely cheer up the recipient!

Joyce said...

Amazing way to mix up patterned paper and stamps. Love this sketch and your take on it.

Joanne James said...

Lisa I just love that vintage retro paper and the wooden flower embellishment is the perfect finishing touch for your tag. Super sweet!

Marybeth said...

Perfect take on the sketch with this beautiful card, Lisa! I love that paper and it’s so you! Or at least it reminds me of your and your cards.

LeAnne said...

Oh, I fell in love with this card as soon as I saw it! I am hoarding my paper too.....I just love the soft subtle colors in it! It reminds me of a lovely piece of floral fabric from long, long ago! Just delightful!

Greta said...

Beautiful papers that worked perfectly using the great sketch! Love this card, Lisa!

Kim Heggins said...

Beautiful card Lisa...love that pretty vintage look patterned paper. So sweet and an even sweeter way to say get well.

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Your card is just so pretty! Love those papers!!! I can see why you have been hoarding them!

Lisa Petrella said...

This is sweet as pie, Lisa! Love it!!!

stampwithsandy said...

I'm so happy you liked the sketch Lisa, and love, love, love what you did with it! That paper is so sweet, no wonder you've been hoarding it. The bit of sponging you've added gives it all a nice, vintage feel.

Jen Mitchell said...

Wonderful Lisa! I love the vintage look!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, I love this, Lisa! So pretty!

Leigh Penner said...

I saw this on Michele's blog -- it's so pretty! I love it!

Kim S said...

I love the sweet vintage look - yet it's still so clean with the sentiment and flower on a tag.

Jinny Newlin said...

Swoon! Love your mix of patterns here, and that die-cut bloom is pure perfection!